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When soldering, leave minimum clearance between the resin and the soldering point.
Maximum allowable soldering conditions are:
Solder dipping : 260 degrees C max., 5 seconds max., one time.
Soldering iron : 350 degrees C max., 5 seconds max., one time, power 40W max.
Contact between molten solder and the resin must be avoided.
Adjusting the soldered position after soldering must be avoided.
In soldering, do not put any stress to the lead frame, particularly when heated.
When other SMD parts on the same circuit board and adhesive is to be cured, maximum allowable conditions are :
120 degrees C max., 60 seconds max.
Lead forming must be done below the tie bar cutting position.
When forming a lead, do not stress the resin case.
Cutting lead forming must be done before soldering.
Cutting the lead frame at high temperature may cause problems. Cut the lead frame at room temperature.
Do not put any stress to the lead frame while assembling.
When mounting Products onto boards such as printed wired board, the pitch between the two holes of such boards must the
pitch of the Products.
These products are so sensitive to static electricity charge that users are required to handle with care. Particularly if an
over-current and over-voltage which exceeds the Absolute Maximum Rating of Products is applied, the overflow in
energy may cause damage to, or possibly result in electrical destruction of, the Products. Customer is requested to
adequate countermeasures against static electricity charge and surge when handling Products.
A protection device should be installed in the LED driving circuit, which does not exceed the max. rating for surge
current during on/off switching.
Proper grounding of Products (via 1M ), use of conductive mat, semiconductive working uniform and shoes, and
semiconductive containers are considered to be effective as countermeasures against static electricity and surge.
When the electrified product touches the low resistance part such as the metal face, there is a high possibility that it may
be charged due to radical electric discharge.
When grinding, use of resisting element such as conductive mat is effective for parts where the product directly touches.
A tip of soldering iron is requested to be grounded. An ionizer should also be installed where risk of static
generation is high.
If the contermeasures mentioned above are implemented, LED can work well.
Users are required to confirm those countermeasures when problems are caused by static electricity.
Users are requested to comply with the laws and public regulations concerning safety.
The light output of the Products may cause injuries to human eyes in circumstances where the Products are viewed directly
for more than a few seconds.
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